More advice: Stock options

by bboyneko 11 Replies latest jw friends

  • cynicus

    And in my country you are taxed for having stock options since they're considered wages 'in natura'.


    Every absurdity has a champion to defend it.

  • julien
    They plan on selling this company in 2 years for $100,000,000.00

    This of course is the real trick. I worked for a company that planned to go public for over a decade.. We had options also, but when the company finally did go public, they gave us employees the runaround while they waited for the price to go up.. eventually I just left. The stock is selling for 12 cents now.

    Also I am curious why they are distributing stocks equally, rather than based on position.

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